My USB mouse is getting crazy, it sometimes moves the pointer by itself to some random corner and refuses to get it out the there for a while. This leaves me confused for a few seconds, shaking the mouse like crazy and looking at all corners, trying to locate the pointer again.
Of course, the “locate pointer” option in control-center is quite useful, but looked quite ugly enough to make me deactive it again for a couple of times, until I worked on that some days ago!
Obviously, this effect will only be used if there is a composite manager available, a quite fun hack. I’m really glad that it has been included in gnome-settings-daemon 2.21.x
If you began using emacs22 and you were used to gtk-doc.el, you probably noticed they aren’t good friends. I had to wipe the dust to my lisp, but I’m glad to tell you there’s already a fix! Right, it also modifies the function not to insert unnecessary trailing whitespaces. Emacs should enable show-trailing-whitespace by default, so we’d all hate them